And the Final test already Happened...The Time Result done to read and some conclusion already been seen.
- Casey Stoner – Repsol Honda Team – 1.55.681 (46 laps)
- Dani Pedrosa – Repsol Honda Team – 1.55.745 (39 laps)
- Ben Spies – Yamaha Factory Racing – 1.56.294 (45 laps)
- Marco Simoncelli – San Carlo Honda Gresini – 1.56.433 (70 laps)
- Andrea Dovizioso – Repsol Honda Team – 1.56.439 (58 laps)
- Randy De Puniet – Pramac Racing Team – 1.56.445 (67 laps)
- Jorge Lorenzo – Yamaha Factory Racing – 1.56.707 (48 laps)
- Colin Edwards – Monster Yamaha Tech 3 – 1.56.716 (57 laps)
- Nicky Hayden – Ducati Marlboro Team – 1.56.726 (68 laps)
- Hiroshi Aoyama – San Carlo Honda Gresini – 1.56.740 (73 laps)
- Hector Barbera – Mapfre Aspar Team – 1.56.798 (62 laps)
- Alvaro Bautista – Rizla Suzuki MotoGP – 1.56.931 (63 laps)
- Valentino Rossi – Ducati Marlboro Team – 1.56.988 (50 laps)
- Lorris Capirosi – Pramac Racing Team – 1.57.345 (62 laps)
- Cal Crutchlow – Monster Yamaha Tech 3 – 1.57.730 (28 laps)
- Karel Abraham – Cardion AB Motoracing – 1.57.846 (49 laps)
- Toni Elias – LCR Honda MotoGP – 1.58.536 (57 laps)
first round of the coming World Championship starts for March 20th.
As we know the weather at the night is so windy with a little bit of sandstorm on the track, temperature was low on the track, combination with sand will lead the riders losing the front end, and many riders crash because of the situation such as Valentino Rossi, Nicky Hayden and Alvaro Bautista.
And here we go what the G.O.A.T said to MotoGP.com “I’d say that today was pretty challenging: the weather conditions were much tougher than yesterday, and I had another crash when I slipped on a white line. Fortunately, I just fell over on the ground – it was nothing serious. The real problem was that at about an hour and a half from the finish, I started to lose strength in my shoulder, and I just couldn’t push anymore. It’s a shame, because I had just done my best time, and I may have been able to drop it a little more from there. Instead, we didn’t even mount the two soft tyres that we had. I started on a long run, but I stopped because I was losing tenths lap after lap. Let’s say that we’re not as far back as it looks, although we still have a lot of work to do, regarding both the bike and myself, because the shoulder is evidently not yet able to bear two such intense days of testing. Between now and Thursday, I’ll do some light exercise and have it massaged, and then we’ll see.”
For the last words....